Nature’s Flu Shot

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Lack of sunlight + cold weather can take a toll on our immune systems in winter.

Lots of people are suffering with colds and coughs this time of year and finding it hard to shift the feeling that they seem to be ill through out the colder months.

Here are some ways to give your immune system the best chance at staying on top form:

1. Vitamin D

Most people in colder climates are deficient in vitamin D, and it is ESSENTIAL to our immune health. I recommend that you take a vitamin d supplement in autumn + winter especially.

2. Lemons

They contain vitamin C + are alkalising for the body which is great for the immune system

3. Garlic

Natures antibiotic, cook with lots of garlic, eat raw garlic if you are brave enough. This is a total miracle worker.

4. Turmeric powder

A great anti-inflammatory food. A magical spice that you can add to veggie curries and boost your immune system and health.

5. Raw Honey

Amazing nutritional enzyme content, take a tea spoonful a day for great benefits.

Here is a little recipe you can try:

  • Juice of 3 lemons
  • 1 garlic clove, minced
  • 1/4 teaspoon turmeric powder
  • 1/8 teaspoon cayenne powder
  • 1 cup of freshly pressed apple juice
  • 1 tablespoon of honey

Blend all together and store in the fridge. Drink 1/2 cup a day to keep your immune system strong!

Look after yourself + keep warm!

Love  Sarah xx

(Your Mind Body Soul Coach for a beautiful journey)


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